April 2017 VR

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VINTAGE RACECAR

Interview:  Kirk F. White – John Wright speaks with the man who played a major partnership role in Roger Penske’s early racing efforts.

Profile:  Bound by Fate – Casey Annis climbs behind the wheel of the potent, but star-crossed, 1967 Shelby American King Cobra Can-Am.

Feature:  Iron Horses – Robert Young casts a retrospective eye upon the cars and career of South African racer Doug Serrurier.

Heroes:  Felipe Massa – Robert Newman examines the career of the Brazilian racer who nearly became World Champion in 2008.

Legends Speak:  Racing for Rootes – Peter Procter remembers driving the works-entered Sunbeam Tiger Coupe at Le Mans in 1964.

Art History:  “Toyota 87C at Le Mans 1987” –  Uli Ehret portrays the Dome-built Toyota prototype that challenged the Porsches and Jaguars at Le Mans.

Greatest Racecars:  1995 McLaren F1GTR – Graham Humphrys selects the car he helped guide to victory at Le Mans as his favorite.

Last Lap:  Cylinder Selection – Howden Ganley tells a tale of an engine designer coping with F1’s ever-changing formula—and his boss.

First Turn: Shelby’s Great “What ifs”

Hidden Treasure:  1965 Abarth Simca 2Mila

Market Guide:  2-Liter Sports Racer

Photo Galleries:  Bicester Heritage, Monte Carlo, Palm Beach, Daytona

VINTAGE ROADCAR

By Design:  Aston Martin DB2/4 Sport Saloon

Profile:  Three Equals Six – 1959 DKW Monza

Interview:  Rich Taylor – Racer, Rallymaster, Former Managing Editor of Car and Driver

Feature:  First on the Button – 1913 Cadillac Roadster

Driven:  1955 Austin-Healey V8

Photo Gallery:   Arizona Concours d’Elegance, Los Angeles Classic Auto Show, Cavallino Concorso d’Eleganza, Cavallino Classic Sport Sunday

Showcase:   Product Review

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